An on-line course taught for Nazarene Bible College students
- Course policies
- Helpful pages
- Text of required sections of Fred Parker's Mission to the World: A History of Missions in the Church of the Nazarene through 1985
- PowerPoint resources
As a result of taking this course, students will be able to:
On-line classes at NBC [ click here ]
- Outline a biblical rationale and the theological imperative for world evangelization
- Identify and describe some key movements and individuals in the history of the global expansion of the Christian movement including those within one's own denomination
- Articulate some of the problems and skills involved in the complexities of communicating the gospel cross-culturally, taking into account insights from applied anthropology
- Give a biblical rationale for development and social change and outline ways the Church is involved at home and abroad.
- List some basic components necessary for local congregations to be involved in the missionary task of the Church.
- Explain the task yet to be accomplished and describe important trends and selected strategies being used in contemporary world mission outreach
What makes a successful on-line student?
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